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Oct 2, 2022 5 74 22 1 13
Sep 25, 2022 2 27 22 0 2
Sep 18, 2022 2 83 66 1 14
Sep 11, 2022 6 77 17 0 7

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2022 15 261 17.40 2 0.00
2021 34 492 14.47 4 0.00 717.9
2020 65 984 15.14 5 0.00 1269
3y Avg. 47 692 14.72 4 0.00 917
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    We'll find out if Zach Wilson starts to lean more on Garrett Wilson or Elijah Moore moving forward, but so far it appears like Davis is his guy. In Zach Wilson's first game in 2022 in Week 4 at Pittsburgh, Davis led the way with five catches for 74 yards and a touchdown on seven targets. Going back to last season, Davis scored at least 14 PPR points in three of his first six games with Wilson under center. Davis also scored at least 13 PPR points in three of four games this year, and it's time we started treating him like a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues. He's also facing a Dolphins defense this week that is No. 10 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Week 5 Adds (WR Preview)

    Davis will rank even higher than he currently does if the Dolphins rule out Xavien Howard.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Week 5 Waiver Priority List

    Davis has quietly had a solid season so far with at least 13 PPR points in three of four games. He has two games this season with at least seven targets, and he has at least five catches and 74 yards in both of them, including Week 4 at Pittsburgh in the first game with Zach Wilson under center this year. In 2021, Davis was Wilson's go-to guy early in the season with at least 14 PPR points in three of the first six games. While Davis shares the field with talented options in Garrett Wilson and Elijah Moore, it's clear Zach Wilson will continue to look in Davis' direction. It's time we gave him some credit, and he's worth adding in all leagues for up to 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Leading receiver in Week 4 win

    Davis caught five of seven targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Steelers. Davis' five-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter pulled the Jets within three, and he led the team in targets, catches and receiving yards. The 6-foot-3 wide receiver has two touchdowns through four games in 2022, and Davis will look to add to that touchdown total in Week 5 against a Dolphins defense that could be depleted at cornerback if Xavien Howard (groin) misses further time after exiting early for Miami in Week 4.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Held to two catches in Week 3

    Davis (knee) caught two of five targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 27-12 loss to Cincinnati. Whether he was hampered by the ostensibly minor knee injury he suffered in practice Wednesday or simply kept in check by the Cincinnati secondary, Davis saw a dramatic drop in production after racking up at least 77 yards in each of the Jets' first two games. Davis was Zach Wilson's favorite target while healthy during Wilson's rookie season, so Wilson's expected return from a knee injury in Week 4 against Pittsburgh is unlikely to hamper the veteran receiver's fantasy value.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Good to go Sunday

    Davis (knee) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports. The 27-year-old was limited at practice by a knee issue during the week but will suit up Sunday after he was listed as questionable. Davis has shown a good rapport with QB Joe Flacco, catching eight of 14 targets for 160 yards and a touchdown through the first two games of the season.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Questionable after limited practice

    Davis (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Davis logged a second consecutive limited practice Friday, as he's still bothered to some extent after tweaking his knee Wednesday. While coach Robert Saleh implied earlier in the day that Davis had a chance to escape the final injury report altogether, the veteran wide receiver still is expected to suit up Sunday, despite the questionable tag.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: In line to practice in full

    Davis (knee) will practice in full Friday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Coach Robert Saleh said Davis is good to go for Sunday's game against the Bengals, which comes after the wideout handled limited activity in Thursday's practice. Per Saleh, Davis had his reps capped Thursday to avoid wet conditions after he experienced a minor knee issue Wednesday, according to Andy Vasquez of NJ Advance Media. Davis has recorded eight catches for 160 yards and one touchdown on 14 targets through two contests, and he'll have another chance to work with Joe Flacco under center this weekend.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Added to injury report

    Davis (knee) was listed as a limited practice participant Thursday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Davis practiced fully Wednesday, so his addition to the Jets' Week 3 injury report is notable. Cimini notes that he saw the wideout in the team's locker room after practice Thursday, and he "seemed OK," but this nonetheless is a situation to monitor ahead of Sunday's game against the Bengals. Through his first two games this season, Davis has put up an 8-160-1 line on 14 targets.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Spurs comeback with 66-yard TD

    Davis caught two of four targets for 83 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-30 win over the Browns. Davis was quiet for most of the game before getting behind the defense for a 66-yard touchdown with 1:22 to play. That touchdown pulled the Jets within six points, and New York proceeded to score the winning touchdown exactly one minute later after recovering an onside kick. With Davis, Elijah Moore and Garrett Wilson -- who topped 100 yards with two touchdowns against Cleveland -- New York has quietly compiled a talented group of wide receivers. The Jets continue to catch passes from Joe Flacco in Week 3 against the Bengals before possibly getting Zach Wilson (knee) back under center the following week.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    Davis, not Elijah Moore or Garrett Wilson, ended up leading the Jets receivers in catches (six), yards (77) and targets (nine) against the Ravens, which proves he's not going away. Now, I expect Moore (five catches for 49 yards on seven targets) and Wilson (four catches for 52 yards on eight targets) to play better moving forward. But Davis can be someone to help you in deeper leagues, especially as long as Joe Flacco is starting for Zach Wilson (knee).
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Leading receiver in Week 1 loss

    Davis caught six of nine targets for 77 yards in Sunday's 24-9 loss to the Ravens. Davis led the Jets in receiving yards and was one of six players to draw at least seven targets from Joe Flacco, as an early deficit forced New York into a pass-heavy game script. Flacco's expected to remain under center in Week 2 against the Browns, but even when Zach Wilson (knee) comes back, Davis should remain a key cog in the Jets' passing game. Rookie first-round pick Garrett Wilson finished second on the team with 52 receiving yards, followed by Elijah Moore at 49, so New York's top three wide receivers were all moderately productive in the season opener.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Catches one pass

    Davis caught his only target for nine yards in Sunday's 31-27 preseason win over the Giants. Davis' reception came on New York's second offensive play. Although the veteran didn't feature for long, it was another opportunity to work with quarterback Joe Flacco, who likely will start Week 1 with Zach Wilson (knee) still sidelined. After posting 34 catches (on 59 targets) for 492 yards and four touchdowns in nine games for the Jets last season, Davis faces added competition from rookie first-rounder Garrett Wilson heading into the upcoming campaign, when Elijah Moore is anticipated to make a leap as well.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: In line to play Sunday

    With the Jets' healthy starters expected to play at least a quarter in Sunday's preseason finale against the Giants, per Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, Davis is in line to see action in the contest. Davis was among the team's key players who didn't play in this past Monday's preseason game against the Falcons, but he's in line to log some snaps Sunday. Once the regular season starts, Davis will be a key cog in a Jets' WR corps that also includes Elijah Moore, 2022 first-rounder Garrett Wilson and Braxton Berrios.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Expects to bounce back

    Davis expects the Jets' passing game and his own production to take a big step forward in 2022, Jack Bell of the team's official site reports. Davis had a team-high 349 receiving yards through six games in 2021, but injuries derailed his season from there. The veteran wide receiver had surgery to repair groin and core muscle injuries, and Davis has subsequently dropped a few pounds in an effort to improve his speed and health. Per Connor Hughes of The Athletic, Davis weighed in at 205 pounds for Jets training camp, down from his listed playing wight of 209 pounds. Davis also said that he's willing to shift into the slot when called upon, adding further flexibility to a Jets receiving corps that has used premium draft picks on Elijah Moore and Garrett Wilson -- both of whom can play either inside or outside -- in the last two NFL drafts.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Joined by young field-stretcher

    Davis (groin) will be joined by rookie Garrett Wilson in New York's receiving corps, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports. The Jets selected Wilson 10th overall out of Ohio State. On paper, Wilson's skill set should mesh nicely with that of Davis, as Wilson's an undersized speedster who can stretch the field and allow Davis to use his 6-foot-3, 209-pound frame to establish position in single coverage on the other side of the field. As the veteran option in a young receiving corps that also includes Elijah Moore, Davis likely will be leaned on as a safety blanket for quarterback Zach Wilson, assuming Davis is recovered from the groin injury that ended his first season in New York.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Goes on IR

    Davis (groin) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Ethan Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports. Davis' move to IR was merely procedural after head coach Robert Saleh confirmed Monday that the wideout would require season-ending core-muscle surgery after aggravating a groin injury in Sunday's loss to the Eagles. The 26-year-old wraps up his first season with Gang Green with 34 receptions for 492 yards and four touchdowns over nine games.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Headed for season-ending surgery

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Davis will undergo season-ending core-muscle surgery. Davis lasted just 24 plays in Sunday's loss to the Eagles before checking out of the contest after aggravating the groin injury that previously sidelined him for the Week 12 win over the Texans. The core-muscle injury was more than likely related to the hip issue that also sidelined Davis for Weeks 8 and 9, so the Jets are seemingly hopeful that surgery will be able to address the matter once and for all. Signed to a three-year, $37.5 million contract this offseason with the hope that he would emerge as a bona fide No. 1 wideout for New York, Davis finishes his inaugural campaign with the Jets with 34 receptions for 492 yards and four touchdowns on 59 targets over nine appearances. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, most core-muscle procedures carry 8-to-10-week recovery timelines, so Davis should be back at 100 percent -- or close to it -- for OTAs.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: Exits Sunday's game

    Davis was forced out of Sunday's game against the Eagles after apparently aggravating his groin injury, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Prior to his exit from the contest, Davis -- who headed into the weekend listed as questionable with a groin injury-- caught two of his three targets for 15 yards. Next up for the Jets' targets in his absence are Elijah Moore, Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims and Braxton Berrios.
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  • Jets' Corey Davis: In uniform Sunday

    Davis (groin) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Eagles. After sitting out practice Wednesday and Thursday, Davis logged a limited session Friday, and he'll give it a go Sunday. That said, Rich Cimini of ESPN previously suggested that the wideout could potentially be limited to a degree in his return from a one-game absence. With that in mind, Davis who has averaged four catches on seven targets for 59.6 yards with four TDs in eight games, profiles as a hit-or-miss fantasy option in Week 13.
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